Pro-life and pro-abortion groups reacted Saturday to projections that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has defeated President Donald Trump to win the White House.
Celebrating the news, the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League hailed Democratic vice presidential nominee, Sen. Kamala Harris, as a champion for abortion.
“BREAKING: @KamalaHarris just made history as the first woman, first Black woman, and first Asian American woman elected as vice president! She’s always been a champion of reproductive freedom, and we can’t wait to have her fighting for all of us. #ReproFreedomVoter,” NARAL posted on Twitter Saturday afternoon.
The pro-life group National Right to Life noted in a statement to The Christian Post on Saturday that both Biden and Harris were endorsed by NARAL and Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion business in the nation.
“In their release endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden, NARAL pointed out that a Biden/Harris presidency would ‘expand access’ to abortion. Biden would be the abortion president. He has pledged to promote abortion on demand and reverse pro-life laws and policies,” National Right to Life said.
“As the nation waits for final tabulations, recounts, and official certifications of vote totals, Biden has claimed that he would represent all Americans as president. However, he and his administration would fail to protect the most vulnerable among us: the unborn child.”